Environmental and Tort Associate Attorney Job in Dallas, TX Near Me - 313472 | BCGSearch.com

Environmental and Tort Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Texas - Dallas

Job ID DDPY313472

Experience Level Junior Associate

Job Experience Min. 2 - Max. 4 Years

Ranking 3 : Mostly Business $$$

Estimated Salary Lower than Highest Salary Band in Market (Varies by Firm)

Practice Areas Environmental Law - Litigation - DefenseToxic Tort - Defense

2024-03-28 10:39:11

A prominent law firm in Dallas is seeking a dedicated Environmental and Tort Associate Attorney to play a pivotal role in their practice group. Specializing in defending and advising clients in the waste disposal, manufacturing, and energy development sectors, this role involves litigation, administrative enforcement, and compliance matters. The ideal candidate will have 2-4 years of experience in toxic tort, environmental litigation, and/or environmental regulatory counseling, bringing expertise in areas such as defending toxic tort, administrative enforcement actions, navigating environmental regulations, and advocating for client interests in a dynamic legal landscape. Join this collaborative and diverse environment where your contributions will be valued and you will enjoy a competitive compensation and benefits package.

As an Environmental and Tort Associate Attorney, you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact in the fields of environmental and tort law. Your responsibilities include defending toxic tort cases, handling citizen suits and administrative enforcement actions, and navigating complex environmental regulations and permitting under various laws, including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act, and state-law counterparts. You will also represent PRP in cleanups under CERCLA in collaboration with consultants and experts and keep clients informed about regulatory developments and policy changes regarding emerging contaminants and evolving environmental issues.

The ideal candidate for this position will bring 2-4 years of experience in toxic tort, environmental litigation, and/or environmental regulatory counseling. Your ability to defend toxic tort cases, navigate intricate environmental regulations, and advocate for clients will be your greatest asset. You should also have experience with various environmental laws and an understanding of emerging environmental issues. The firm values diversity, inclusivity, and professional development, making it an ideal environment for those who thrive in a collaborative and supportive work culture.

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